Pádraig Hoare: The Monday Interview - Danny Lennon, founder, Sigma Nutrition

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Irish-founded Sigma Nutrition is one of the most respected evidence-based education resources in the world. Ahead of its seminars in London and Dublin, founder Danny Lennon speaks to Pádraig Hoare
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